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the mediterranean. how about belfast? >> the changing face of belfast. international cruise ships used to steer clear of the shores. not anymore. 4000 passengers and crew arrived and this family from the philippines could not wait to see belfast for the first time. >> we love the idea of going to european countries. belfast is one of them. we took advantage of that. can we go now? >> a record 43 chips have come this year. that is 43 more than 15 years ago. the violence used to stop visitors coming. the trouble has not stopped completely. but the city has been transformed by the peace process with a series of new attractions, including the titanic center. it has had half a million visitors. but what do the tourists make of this setting? >> everyone was friendly and kind and helpful. we had a lovely time. >> was it what you're expecting? >> better. it was much better than i expected. >> tourism is not just helping the image of belfast, it is a financial boost. these are difficult times for northern ireland's economy. international visitors is not going to solve those problems overnight, but could
to keep factions apart. >> keeping relations peaceful in belfast has proved impossible. it is mainly catholics on one side and protestants on the other. hard-line elements on both sides of the rooms have been involved in the recent violence. police came under attack as they tried to keep loyalists and republic crowds apart. in total, more than 60 officers have been hurt this week, all in the same part of northern belfast. today, police made a short, but direct, appeal. >> we need an urgent resolution of this issue or there is a real possibility that somebody will be killed in the next few days. >> tensions have grown as a loyal hispanic is accused of -- as a loyalist band is accused of action outside a local church. some said they feel left behind by the peace process. >> we are still suffering and people in the u.s. have not grasp that. some can say they have moved on. some parts of the province have move on. our community has not. >> patty was born in 1994, the same year as the ira cease-fire. but he thinks permanent peace is still a long way off. >> there are people my age that do
belfast road. word of anan a aident. watch h r r ssible delayay pulaski highway, we have a crash at moravia derive. monument street at calvert street, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side and on the west side. here's a quick, live look at traffic. rain will impact your ride in many spots. 50 at maryland 8. no significant delays. 295 and 175, building in volume. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> nfl fans have been waiting to hear. >> starting tonight, the game will be officiated by professional crews. there has been an agreement, ending the lockout. complaints about replacement officials came to a head on monday night. the new agreement increases salaries to about $149,000 still needs to be approved by nfl owners. >> a double shooting cents a mother and her son to the hospital. >> police believed the shootings are the result of a domestic dispute. the 4-year-old boy was shot in the hip. his mother was shot in the body just beneath the arm pit. this happened just before 9:30 last night near the 900 block of gorsuch av
in spots and it is impacting your ride. word of an accident just past belfast road. as for delays on southbound 83. another scene of an accident at moravia road. close at monument street for the book festival. moving pretty well down towards 70. word of some police activity was down 50 on the bay bridge. here's a quick, live look at traffic. this is 83 at mount carmel. southbound traffic is building. especially as you get closer to belfast. words of a southbound accident. some southbound volume picking up on 295 down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. good morning. >> good morning. we will be diverting rolley book festival at charles. the 51 bus is diverting at the patapsco light rail station. the three, 11 buses diverting at charles. the 40 bus operating with a delay. no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. now back to ava marie. >> good morning. the rain is moving out already. most of the clouds over at harford county. heavy rain in havre de grace a
down toward belfast. everything looks good. we are looking at speeds of 8 -- 33 on the web site outer loop. those delays starting to fall into place. route 3 past 450, everything is clear. not tracking anything significant yet delay was on to 95. that is the very latest. -- 295. >> it will be another nice day. not even as cool as it was yesterday, but you will want to take a life jacket with you. 53 at the airport and 54 in part in. a little cloud cover making for a beautiful sunrise. there is no precipitation a round us. the closest friend is in the great lakes. this is a system out west around of minneapolis that will wind up getting us a chance for a couple of showers and thunderstorms as we head into the weekend. the atmosphere is stacked up. there is a logjam here. it is blocking everything from moving east now. that was led off and opened the door to a couple of these systems coming in. this is the one of producing grain around st. paul. that will come through baltimore saturday night. it will get a lot warmer. was he a chance for showers and thunderstorms. today it will be dry.
have nothing at all. bbc news, brazil. >> there's been a third night of violence in belfast in northern ireland where police were pelted with stones, bottles, and fireworks. the disturbance follows a dispute about parades. officials say more than 60 police officers have been injured since the trouble began last weekend. an elderly man has died in greece from would help officials believe was the first case of dundee fever in the country in more than 18 years. it was wiped out in the country after an epidemic in the late 1920's. but it has resurfaced in europe. the man, in his 80's, died at the end of august. a campaign has begun to crack down and extradite fugitives got to be living among the british expatriate communities in cyprus. nine people are being targeted. it is a joint operation between the two countries. this is gmt from bbc world news. i'm george alagiah. headlines. one person has been killed and another seriously wounded after a gunman opened fire at the canadian victory'rally corbetts new premier. representatives of the increased international lenders arriving in athens to
available at the taco belfast food chain. no. 2, facebook -- taco bell fast food chain. no. 2, facebook is allowing advertisers to target customers by user id as long as the users allow it. twitter is also allowing advertisers to contact users based on the info in their tweets. no. 1, a merger would put the combined airlines on par with the worldest largest united airlines. that's a look at tonight's fox 5 top five. >>> if you are a beatles fan, you may want to head to the national harbor this weekend. the third annual abby road on the river festival which features five stages, over 30 bands, some 200 musicians playing tribute to the beatles. the festival runs through labor day. >> maybe we can hold off the rain until then. >> it's not going to be a complete washoutful we'll -- washout. we'll have periods of dry weather. there will be some thunderstorms popping up around the people are on. beautiful blue moon tonight, second -- region. beautiful blue moon tonight, second full moon of the month. name blue moon doesn't have anything to do with the color. unsettled holiday weekend is what
the girl, too. >>> joining us from belfast, northern ireland, is sandy crocker. welcome, sandy. thank you for coming on the show. >> thank you. great to be here with you folks. >> i have to ask you. are you a man who falls in love easily? >> no. no. that's where the adventure really starts. >> what about this encounter stood out to you? >> you know, it was one of those people that i felt just wore their inside on the outside. when you looked at them, you instantaneously knew they were a good person without question. just the quality and the character of this person was amazing. >> this is a tough thing you're chasing here because, as we established, she's got red hair and freckles, which is not exactly uncommon in that part of the world. there's a local oddsmaker who put the odds at you getting married to 50-1. you don't know if she's married. how optimistic are you? >> you know what? you have to hold hope in life. it's just a situation where if you didn't come and do it and see if you can kind the girl, 50 years down the road, you'd regret it. this is making sure this isn't something you
. happened in northern ireland infamous maze prison outside of belfast. look at that thing. it's where the british military locked up convicted ira militants. for years, just about everybody involved considered the place escape proof. but some prisoners got ahold of a few smuggled guns, then they overpowered a number of guards. they smashed through some gates and did get away. within 24 hours, police recaptured nearly half of them. they were reportedly found some in a river, breathing through reeds. others got across the border into ireland and several did get away for good. but inmates broke out of the maze 29 years
'll run it at 11:00 p.m. eastern. s "secrets of the belfast project." watch it or dvr it. it's coming up. richard is a former author and it seems a perennial lightning rod for controversy. cnns red chair team sat down with him to get his thoughts on creationism and what he would say as an atheist if he met god. >> be fascinated by it. i don't think religion has anything useful to teach us. one of the main reasons why people are religious is because they are persuaded by the design of living things. it's completely destroyed by darwin. if you read any book by a biologist about evolution, it's hard to see how you could fail to be persuaded of it. the evidence is just absolutely -- there's no doubt about it. it's not a controversial issue. it's completely certain. it's as certain as the fact that the earth and the other planets orbit the sun. more than 40% of the american population think the world is less than 10,000 years old. that's a shocking figure. it shows deep, profound ignorance. it sounds very laudable to teach the controversy, to teach both theories. there's not two theories. the
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